Why Contextual Collaboration is Vital in K-12 Education

Posted by Matt Berringer on April 28, 2015

Contextual CollaborationThe process of collaborating in K-12 schools has significantly evolved over the past few years, moving from a focus on technology to a focus on end-user experience. The collaboration experiences of tomorrow are being constructed around the context of today, which provides the right information at the right time to individual users. This new shift enables school districts to use their data to make more informed decisions at all levels of the education process bringing out the potential of each and every student through a process called contextual collaboration.

To further explore this trend, SunGard K-12 Education and the Center for Digital Education partnered with 6 education technology experts to identify tips, tactics and ways to implement contextual collaboration systems in school districts of all sizes.

You can download a free copy of this new paper at THIS LINK.

Topics: Contextual Collaboration, K-12